Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems
by Ross J. Anderson, Ross Anderson
Publisher: Wiley 2001
Number of pages: 640
In more than 600 pages of intense information, Anderson lays the groundwork on how to build a secure and dependable system. Every aspect of information security is discussed in the book -- from passwords, access control, and attacks, to physical security and policy. Additionally, relevant and timely topics such as information warfare, privacy protection, access control, and more are discussed. This is the only book that covers the end-to-end spectrum of security design and engineering.
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This is an introduction to information security aimed primarily at K-12 administrators, educators, and technology staff. Security professionals have found that actions taken to increase security often have a minimal, or even opposite, effect.
- The National Academies Press
Software update is an important mechanism by which security changes and improvements are made in software, and this seemingly simple concept encompasses a wide variety of practices, mechanisms, policies, and technologies.
by Tom Szuba - NCES
This guide has been developed for educational administrators at the building, campus, district, system, and state levels. It will help them better understand how to effectively secure their information, software, computer and networking equipment.
by National Institute of Standards and Technology
The book provides info on securing hardware and software resources of sensitive systems, explains important concepts and interrelationships of security controls. It illustrates the major techniques for each control, and related considerations.